Ernest W. Erskine
September 8, 1947 - November 2, 2017
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Ernest Erskine, 70 of Holmdel passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and friends on Thursday, November 2nd at Overlook Hospital in Summit. He fought a courageous ten year battle with Multiple Myeloma. Ernest was born in Newark, raised in Springfield and moved Holmdel in 1986 with his wife of 43 years, Carole. Ernest was …
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Robert Bartynski left a message on December 31, 2018:
Ernie was not only a valued member of the Rutgers Physics Department, but he was a kind soul and a dear friend. His expert talents were only exceeded by his good nature, creativity, eagerness to help, and excitement to innovate. He was an artist in the machine shop, and many groundbreaking experiments comprise his legacy. He will be deeply missed by all and leave behind a hole that will never be filled.
Emily left a message on November 9, 2018:
I'm so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort from the words of our Heavenly Father, JehovahGod, found in 2 Corinthains 1:3,4 and remember the hope we have in the fulfillment of His promise in Acts 24:15 of resurrection. With my sincere and deepest condolences.
Ed left a message on November 9, 2018:
My condolences to Ernie’s family,although I’ve known Ernie professionally for quite some time you could tell he was a man honor and integrity and what a nice man. He did a lot of welding for us over the years after his regular job,he was always there when we called Except when he had to go fishing of course,he loved to go fishing. Talk about heroes,he actually was a HERO . I will miss him very much,and plan on visiting him at Arlington National cemetery ,may he Rest In Peace. Ed,universal tool works
Cheryl Addonizio left a message on November 6, 2018:
My sincere condolences to Carol and the family. Cheryl Addonizio
roberta left a message on November 5, 2018:
To the family of Erest Erskine Please accept my sincere condolences. I have taken comfort knowing that God . . . will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain.”—Revelation 21:3, 4 The Bible, however, holds out a much different hope. As we have previously noted, the Scriptures indicate that it is possible to be reunited with your dead loved one in the near future, not in an unknown heaven but right here on earth under peaceful, righteous conditions. And at that time humans will have the prospect of enjoying perfect health, and they will never have to die again. ‘But surely that is wishful thinking!’ for some may say words of encouragement please go to Sincerely, Roberta
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